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Eagle Creek Tarmac 29in Rolling Gear Bag


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    Rugged traveler.

    Ready for laid-back vacations and rugged adventures alike, the Eagle Creek Tarmac 29 Rolling Gear Bag gets your gear where it needs to be with ease. Bi-Tech and Bi-Tech Armor fabrics resist abrasions from luggage handlers and off-the-beaten-path trips. Rugged wheels with protective bumpers make handling easier, especially when you're navigating crowded airports and uneven streets.

    • A rugged roller that remains resilient for travels
    • Bi-Tech Armor fabric is water- and abrasion-resistant
    • Rugged wheels with tacky tread and heavy-duty housing
    • Main compartment expands to accommodate travel gifts for back home
    • Puncture-resistant zippers with a central lock point for security
    • Retractable handle, multiple grab handles, and Add-A-Bag strap
    • Padded sleeves protect laptop, tablet, and electronics
    • Equipment and Coat Keepers separate dirty clothes from clean clothes
    • Item #EAG004E

    Tech Specs

    Bi-Tech Heather (100% polyester, PU coating), Bi-Tech Armor (100% polyester, TPU coating) 1000D Helix Poly Twill (100% nylon)
    106L (6470cu in)
    1 front, 1 quick stash (lockable)
    [collapsed] 18.5 x 29.5 x 14.5in, [expanded] 18.5 x 29.5 x 16.5in
    Claimed Weight
    10lb 8oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Eagle Creek Tarmac 29in Rolling Gear Bag

    Eagle Creek Tarmac 29in Rolling Gear Bag

    >Rating: 4

    Great bag but quality control

    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    My first Eagle Creek bag after seeing other seasoned travelers I respect favoring EC's gear. The bag is sturdy and so spacious it's easy to overload (I had trouble keeping it to 50 lbs / 23 kg). Great features like the jacket bungees and strap for smaller bags. I've only used it on one trip, but that trip was one month long and involved walking from airport to train station to subway to lodging (up 4 flights of stairs) and back. I felt it was quite manageable considering how much weight I put in it. But quality control: the collapsing handle can slip off of its stops, so if you're pushing the luggage by the handle or resting your arm on the handle it can fall into the luggage. Also, one of the stitches next to a handle has already broken; I have yet to see how much that will spread or if it will remain isolated and not affect the use of the luggage.